COMPTON'S CORPORATION (GENE) v. BRYANT , 36 Cal.2d 887
[S. F. No. 18297. In Bank. Mar. 30, 1951.]
GENE COMPTON'S CORPORATION, Appellant, v. JAMES G. BRYANT, as Director of Department of EMPLOYMENT, Respondent.
Fabian D. Brown for Appellant.
Fred N. Howser and Edmund G. Brown, Attorneys General, Charles W. Johnson and William L. Shaw, Deputy Attorneys General, for Respondent.
OPINION OF THE COURT
This appeal from a contempt judgment presents the same question as that involved in John Breuner Co. v. Bryant, ante, p. 877 [229 P.2d 356], decided this day, and on the authority of that case it must be held that the judgment is not appealable.
The motion to dismiss is granted, and the appeal is dismissed. [36 Cal.2d 888]
|Fri, 03/30/1951||36 Cal.2d 887||Review - Civil Appeal||Opinion issued |
|1||GENE COMPTON'S CORPORATION, Appellant, v. JAMES G. BRYANT, as Director of Department of EMPLOYMENT (Respondent)|
|2||JAMES G. BRYANT, as Director of Department of EMPLOYMENT (Respondent)|
|Mar 30 1951||Granted|